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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.. H SATURDAY, AUG.' I9, 1911..
f Evening Bttjxetin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
t CO.. LTD., at Kerruildir.g, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
fe, Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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Prl Vrir imilpii'i, Inutjtn... .. 2.tm
For Sale Kalihi
r ,,8even.room modern bungalow) al
n ,jfjpniost'new, very attractive. Two well- '' '
V planked Iota. Near carllne. ' '
Tl i tiditoriul Rooms,
1 C71.) Business Office,
Meted l Itie rotloBm l Honolulu
u BeconHclKsi mutter
AUGUST 19, 1911
-Mini Is Ms iimii star; mill the -mil tli.it
Homier an Imnol iiml n pirfirl nun
Col the lull) 1 1 nf believing In Hono
lulu, and then get together. That's
Wlltlt Hl.lklS tonllB HUCCCSSflll mill en-
('iimin.iiuls it It Unlit, nil In II lit ) f. nil , nblos their pcoplo to take ndvnut.igo
ntlilng In lihn fulls i .irli, nr tun l.itc.
Our in t mtr migi N lire, nr good or III,
Our fnt.il Ii.iiIiims th.it milk li) u
.tnlin llilihcr (l.TIMC-J.'i).
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AVIicn It mines to talking po.uo Ad
in I nil Togo li.ii In refer nil tln.il com
ment, to the Kmperor
Is It tu lie, Mint people won't bc
llco tho sugar dliinllon Is Just right
ami ctitiltcil to full confidence, unions
the price goes to live conts7
of nil the opportunities for progress
that full In their wny.
If memory servos correctly Seattle
Is working the recall us ficiiicntly (is
nmo a jr.ir or oftcner. Taking tills
as n satnplo wh.it would Honolulu tin
Willi a s)xtem of commission govern
ment ami the rri.ill frntnro? It
would lie n might) slow three months
th.it didn't hnvo tlio makings of li re
call utcctlon , . .
It looks na If tliu courts would ho
nil stuck up with poi for some mouths
tu tome Ami tho mora the exports
testify the loss well nil know iiliout
Which does Honolulu Riipport be
tween ttic Cavalry ami Kan.il? -it
Htnmlli UK Jt nlw,iv6,dovn jil Hporx
forln llrsl-chibs gamo, and limy the
best team vvinv; , no 3n
Tho esteem of those under whose
direction he has wurknd ifor snvoinl
jcarsJ la a pretty goonintan'dntil by
wlilclj to Judge mi) m.injor elllclency,
and In puhllr wij-vlco, "
The first estlninto was right After
lnuliifi passed (ho 'Hclpfotlly lilll
,ConBresa njmnliiecl lii nesslon for the
the campaign .afjQjr.jJiejH, Xtx s
Arlnn vlll,1iot bu pJcujciJwUh
StntctiorHl ntlhont the Aniitttidnn.il
pnnlslon for rn nil of the Jiidtcinryi
1 tint A71olia will take whnt It can get
rather than forcRo Statehood
Admlrnl Cow lea snys the Hoot will
,couie fnr business on tills trip That's
nil right, but tho na has inner ct
descried tho practise that nil work
und no pl.i) makes Jack if dull boy
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, Wouldn't Charley lliialnco bu a plt-
turesrpio President of tho Hoard of
Health? If tho moHiiultocH dldn'tV"
under Iilndliiliiistr.itlon IU wouldn't
(be herauFd bo didn't tell
Tdcllnlte ternm to Ret out
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On Gulick Ave.
Price la $2200.
eaay If detlred.
Terms can be made
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Mosquito (pldemlca niuienf' iPlx'
Rery real Not tho least of tho dutlca
Tot tho annllarl.iiia Is- to loam tho rea
son wliy, ami tints prevent tho return
of tho niosn,ult after' v'JfCnppir
ontly fairly well under control.' '
'If (1 10 (iineiiior would now Ret
Suicrlntendent of Public WnrkH Willi
u record for iiccompllshincnl, ho
would li.io a Territorial orRiinlntlon
that would Ruin Reiioral support und
Ret full value for nil tho money spent
JMlopubllcun stiilwnrts must lie
, mighty Hiuo of their Rrounil If tliuj
expect to muko tho mmpilRti nont
ye.u one of support for tho I'nync
Aldiicli tariff bill That seems to bo
tho meaning of tho Tuft vein of tho
!blll amending (ho wool niurdula. ,
OtllcinlH fiom Australia ntid Now
Zealand who puss through thin city
iiuo nlwn)a found to bo keen for
'wlilto3 Australia and Now SStulanu"'
SMucli aa.tboy are phased with whnt
ifbov kco In this city, they aro not con-
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Kerted-to an apprccl itlon of tho aluo I jnvernmcni ot mo Territory wno uo-
ot tho.Orlentnl for building up a white! icrvia tlio iiHslstnnio nnd co-opera-
i)inn'acoiintry. "on of nil tho pcoplo nil tho lime, II
Willi the announcement that tho I-i-
h.iiiialunn. aluinnl will enter pollllos
goes the statement that Judge Kalua
ot Maui la tho head of tho organlu
tlnn Just what tho I-ili.iliinlnn.i men
Intend wc do not know, but It la nil
uhsoluto ceilulnty that tho progress
ive spirit of Joiing Hawaii baa out
gtowu tho brand of statesmanship for
which .ludgu K.ilu.i lias stood
' Cusi tho Suporv labia mid ones the
m in who will nol cuss tho Super
Vigors,!' Is itlio Tdo.v'niHjilti.iu lmt it
at a recent mpcling of district Im-
pi ii era Cussing la nil, right if It baa
bitn provcd-tlmt.ieprrachtiitinns linvn
lirt n mndo tb"1 tho '-Sufierv Isnra and
uotlilnp.doue. Hut It la utterly fool
ish to cuss tho SupervlsorHor anyone
else when tlio facta show that tho clt
bens who nro liissIiir mo not act lug
In" unison nnd lfaVcTlnlifla-iltrcrrorrto'
learn tho exntt (oitdltlona with which
city ii whole. Dpn't.ciua until von
fmW Jhd'fl'.iM n'nVl'kVsV cs'w'ltli
IF DR.:SA1T BE PRESIDhNT.
If Hr I'rntt nccddl to bo reminded
of tliu Important work ho must do
is Prisidcnt or (ho .Hoard of Health,
he certainly would not bo tlio man for
Ills experience lias taitghl him all
of that, and tho comment during tho
Inst few ill) a baa been so general
Mint nil tho unpleasant things usuall)
i1d nf an appnlntio after ho has been
In olllco a fow months have been ut
Urtd. . j .
Assuming llierefiiroJliiiLtho' OoyeS.
tuir appoints thcloglt.il candidate fnr
the position hnwlll In n Inrgo inea
stlro kcop on doiilg that which bo baa
been quietly performing for a con-
jlderablo time, with tho exception that
lie w'lll bo under tho-spotlight nnd
lUd solely roaionsiblti forsueccaBca
r falliiros that may bo scored In
Icallng with tho bis sanitation prob-
liiua of Haw nil and moro especially
Ur. I'rntt knows what theso prob
lems nro und ho knows bow slow tho
iverngn community Is to take a dally
Interest in measures that call for In
'idllRcnt co-operation, and bow quick
in criticise and complain If ever) thing
Iocs not go to suit.
Primarily thcro la ono thing for
tlio President of tliu Hoard of Health
o do. In order to hold public favor
ktqp tho town frio from port quaran
tines that Inteifcro with bualnosa.
In accomplishing this theio nro a
thousand and ono details that Involvo
Housing business men to a senso of
their Individual duly. Ibis Is where
lie, work tomes In.
If thero Is nny olllcor In tho wholo
F -YOU 'have any attractive
Investment In view ana
require funds, to enablo
.(youj lo taW U iup.-
and see us. 'Wo 'may' be
able to help you.
We have money to loan on
Sugar Stocks or Real Estate.
Wo buy end sell Stocks and
rust Co.. Ltd.
I 924' bethel' Street I jt'). i
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SALE OF PRINTS
To clear out surplus stock
J PINEAPPLES! BANANAS1I
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A Crate of 8lK' Selected Pines or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply Icnvo )our order we do the
J I9LANU fHUIT UUMrftUT w
CWltll Wells, Tnrgo UxprCHa'Company)
N-tln) President ot , tlio Hoard ot
Health fnr, owing to tho location of
this' port, bo nitrlcillii)' priwpoflty
of tho whole town In tho hollow of
his hand. Strntiga us It may appear
tho pcoplo consider prospcilty llrst.
Poor sanitation means n cost of life
as well as of dollars.
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m-, and until 11 every
night for ships'
IWHAT THE CANADIAN TREATY
(lenerull) speaking, tho ngiciment
enacted opens tho in irkets of, the,
United Stales n Canada's load
ing agricultural products notably
wheat und other grains, mid albo to
her dairy products, eggs and poultry,
lull, sheep, initio and other live mil
n'als. Her rough lumber also Is ad
mitted duly frco to the United Slates.
In return for these concessions Can
ada! takes down tho bars altogether
on cottonseed nil nnd American fiplta
mult some other prodmts and grants
reduced duties on agricultural lin
ptoAicnU and other inanufactutcd ar
ticles. On tho basis of'rcsulta expressed jn
dollhis and cents Canada has'(fi'e bet-
i j .i a' i wtii, .i. i . ..
tor (of tio agreeincnl. nltboiigh 1'iev
Ideijt Tuft liai) pointed, out that tlio
heni Ills to bo derived by tio United
States lannot bp compulcd.ln this way
at ilrctnL 'ho toUilaluo of arilclcs
now (lutlahlo which, tho United States
makes frco under hp agreement Is
$Tl Jill, lino, or 7G.4 per cent or tho to
tal dutiable, cxportatlons of Canada In
to tho Hulled States In tho fiscal year
1910. Tho totnl Miltm-of nrtlcles now
diitlabto which tCanndh makes frco tin
tho other han'd is only J1,8.8,00).
which Is It; ft per cent of all the duti
able Imports Into Canada from the
United States In tho same. year.
Tho total amount of. duties to bo re
mitted hv tho United Ktntci under tlio
ugricmint is f I.S'.O.OOO, as cnnipated
with 2,r,t,n,oo willi Canada. Tim
Unltnl States, however, Rains n do
cldcd advantage In Canadian reduc
tion on ugrlcultiir.il Iniplemeiits, man
ufactured unities and oth(5r ilullablo
Imports vvhlih urn not put on tho free
list hut on which .reductions have been
made. Tho totnl value, ot Canada's
(lutlai)lo nrtlcles In this class is $.'.,
870,000, or lDft per cent of tho dull
abto Imports Into Catiad i from tho
United States In 1910. Tho Miluo ot
aucli Imports passing from Canada to
tho United States In 1910, on tho oth
er hand, Is, only $7,5" 1, 000, or 14 4 per
cent ot tho totnl dutiable, Imports for
Tlio greatest Interest in tho now leg
islation N centered, of course, In Its
possible! effect upon tho prices of 'food
Blurts In tho United States. Presi
dent Tuft has nindo It plain tli'at he
does not oxpect tho unrestricted, intor
(liangoinf food products will gicatly
Iriliuo-tliclr cost to tho pcoplo of this1
country. Canada's small Biirpllls JfVfr
j export makes this unlikely. Hut Mr.
rail lias contended that tho opening
of tho American markets to Cana
dian grain nnd other foodstuffs will
help to prevent speculative fluctua
tions nnd will steady local prlco move
ments. Here nro some of the moro Import
mil Items placed on tho reciprocity
freo list by reciprocity agreement.
I.lvo animals, cuttle, hnrt.es, mules,
svvlnc, sheep nnd lambs, poultry,
wheat, rye, oats, barley, buckwheat,
corn or inalro; hay or strnw, fresh
vegetables, Including potatoes; fresh
and illicit fruits, dairy products, eggs,
honey, cottonseed oil, llsh of all kinds.
seal, herring, whale and other llsh oil,
salt mineral wntcrs, timber, hewn,
sided or squared otherwise thmi-jby
saw lug; sawed hoards, planks 'and
other lumber, mica, feldspar, iisbcs-
tos, glycerine, salt, sulphate 'of soda.
extracts nf hemlock bark, brass In
bats and rods, rolled Iron or stool,
sheets, cruciblo east steel, wire, gal
vanized Iron, or steel w'lre; typo cast
ing ni.d t)po setting .machines, barb
fdiolng vvlie, coke, pulp wood und
Under tho terms of tho agreement
mutually reciprocal reductions nro
mndo whorevcr possible on secotidmy
food products. I'resli meats, on which
tho United Slates placed a duty of
1V4 cents n pound under tho I'nync
Aldrlch law, nro admitted under tho
proposed legislation at l'i cents a
pound. Tho duty on baron and hams,
w'hli h la four rents n pound under tho
present law. Is reduced to ! cents a
pound. Corresponding reductions' hnvo
been mndo In tho duties, nn smoked
and canned meats and on laid. . ,
Canada grants u reduction on
plows', hnrveslcrs, harrows, reapers,
mowers, threshing machines and
other agricultural Implements on san
itary tlxttnes, clocks and vvatihra .Tho
mutually i educed manufactured com
modities Include, motor oliicIcf. cut-
lory, leather goods, plato glass nnd
pi luting Ink. I'artlcillar stress has
been laid by thb Atnorlenn ncgotlutors
upon concessions obtained for Ameri
can automobiles nnd motor i hides,
The Canadian tariff on these wns 3'
per cent und under tho present ngrec
ment Is leduied to DO per cent. Can
ada reduces her duty on-bltumliinus
coal from f3 to I a cents a ton, which
Is regarded; nrf one ot tho Important
concessions In tho t?eaty. ' Slio also
I dimes her duly on cement from
Wfc to 11 cents for 100 pounds. Tho
United States, on the other hand, re
duces tho duty on Iron nro from 15
to 10 (tuts u pound.
Smart and Snappy
AH sorts of stylish
shapes in the new
Crossetts. Models in
gun metal, black, tan
or patent; in button or
lace; with( scallops and
perforation. Fit the
foot snugly; give the
height of comfort.
Look them over.
$4 to $6 everywhere
Lewis A. Crouctt, Inc., Maker
North Abiastan, Mm.
, Makes .
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1 OS 1 Fort Street Tel. 1 782
his wife, ipiarKltd with her and thui.lnt Is end evidence of the uisc as gulh-
enraged, struik hoi with Ills list nod mid and (oinplkd li lciut) Khcrllf
stiungUd her tu ikalh. 'lhcii, nalllus! I'h.irlci lt'x-c. ,,ll.id lm not, eliocn tu t
ftliKt lio li id lioiic, how ie Ii ul stolen
lllc'bnik, placid tho mucmiiiio foim
111 il auci was inn hik iiniij kj iiiui .tuir neariii uiuk"ou n L-oiiM'r.i..ii pM
hiij)i(nf n flit nil umis win li Inter- and J jho tnbytidd, V llic.ollrar w't-i p
cMlCul bs- tho I'liliiiinum who iiv. m d I nesi a. tb iuVyrfifo llnfi tillitliJi v? r,-i 3 i
(hr'liicl ayjjfid'lpjiuijj rjsUllitif fnulillr iilid'elinifteit tliaAuH
Tiiclvvifu'nTutdciei' Ii;( levo.ikd tliojliinp iiarthij'jpurjiitrator f, 'iM''H?
fait of Ids llilidlsh'tirhn tli Chief of
MtlMillIu bqforei giving
ma) send him to tho
L-fllliiWK. to the iiiriiiui'H Juri.
I III slir)iiin'(ilioriifiiI 111 ' ci j" il .
w Ith (hi i-M-oplloirbf TIlldurdMliliRT tlio
rait or ins iiim
Oitiilvri A. I
th story, that
fi.Mlslriss Ilavo )ou given up all ldeii
i of,KCttliH; niurrlid Ilrldget
Bilrldutt Ol have, that, mum Sun'
Why should Ol glm up an ulsy Job wit'
rood pay fer tho rovulrue?
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llrown John William, look mo
Im... 'tit.. iMiiiK iiniii tw in'
juar?You nrcin to no moro cih'ii
Uli-49k Mb-. .oi .'a iu,
Jnlmnj," said tho visitor nt
door, "is your fatbir nt homo""
"He's tr)ln" to ho, fcli." rnlil Jnhiiliy,
but )ou Know, Mr S'lulggs, ma's
"What'H tho lurdost thing oti en
counter In ll)lnV" queried she.
"At the present stage of the game,"
returned the nvlnlor, tenderly rubbing
a bump, 'tho hnrdist thing vvo tmoun
Jir Is, the eaitii" , , v
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
'none of the many conveniences required by
the exacting' suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
Group of Local Drivers Said to
Be Acting as, Procurers
Collide p with the story ofwlfo-inur-ler
cnuUhscd to Ihu pollen, unci to tho
ujinnciN' Jury Mil night lyAnmi
Toogood Is tho still more icvoltlng
it or j of the woman's lire, In vvhh.li tin
Infamous trade built up by lur with'
tho asslstaiieo of a group of local hack
drivers plays a sordid pait.
When 'longuod murdered his wltc,
Daisy Ijiulanl 'looiiood, or Dahy Spoil
cor us she wns known, ho tided whit
Is said by those who claim to know
tjio fuels u vvell-organled tralllo fos
tered by icrlaln proeuicis driving
hacks, who dinendcd on Mrs. lookout!
for much of tlulr own business.
Ulio local ponce, 11 is nuclei sioou,
have tiitd to bioal: up tho l.clatlons
(Xlstng Letwuii rciino of tho liacl.iucii
and women who live off tho (innings
of shame Thai tiny vvero not ublo to
do so In this uiso Is attested by many
nn li who am familiar with tho night
life or the city. A
Alliul Tnogoocl, tho btisliaiid, told
Ids story beforn tho coionei'S Jtli'yiast
iilghl nml this morning appeared In
pollen mint lie vv.alved examination
lllid was (oniinlttid to tliu Circuit
Court, Tho 'liirltorl it hiand jur) will
probably take up Ids easo Into liuxt
MILK that is PUntl, MILK
that is nlCH, MILK that
is WHOLESOME, MILK
that in FOOD in health nnd
MEDICINE in slot .less,
MILK that Is from abso
lutely sanitary dairios,
where conditions are open
to ol.who care to invosti
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That's the kind WE sell.
Cairnt our Sheridan street
depot and seo the new
Jcctncal purifyinrj process
spec,.., tho ividimo sciiueil
iiiough tu (iiuviet hlni.
HlHilv ShoillT JlofH tllcniPiltond tlio
ebafu oftuiuitdei,(ilii llillml, dpgrcr. ,
'liin iillit ugned upon by tho eor-
oiii i's JbjrjjyisjiMiiHfoliojvH:
"DiNv l.iulaul Tnoconil camo,lo her
il.Tith jiui tho 14th id.iy. of .AhiiUdt. lilt t.
iiiitilu, npni hi inqrrluRO wltli
itll liT tin. I.rtlltl iiim In IiIiium
oletieo u(cdlb) 6no Alljert loo-
Ibevjiiry was riVinpnsdl of Thomas
at ll n
l.io, Carl II
T. Cure), II
IV Tun 111, James
llulmcs, lMdlo MeCor-
A 1 hi it Tootood found Ids toiiKiio lit
last, and (stcida oviiilui; at tliu col
onel's liiipKsl (oiifossdl to tho vvliob)
Imrilblo murder In baldly uudlhln
City Attmmy Cathcatt, assisting tho
col oner, drew fiotn Toogood's mouth
In u slow, quiet manner tho entire
stoi) of how ho had stinted home with
Are the Acme
They Keep Correct
Liberal Installment Payments
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